Trans-Substantiation Service

If you have any questions about the service or about Grace, you contact Pastor Megan Rohrer at The First Cycle: Creation Welcome and Intention Setting Rev. Dr. Megan Rohrer substantiate verb sub·​stan·​ti·​ate | \ səb-ˈstan(t)-shē-ˌāt \ substantiated; substantiating Definition of substantiate transitive verb 1: to give substance or form to : EMBODY 2: to establish by proof or competent evidence : VERIFY The service begins with a brief introduction to Trans

God Be With You Through Transition

God Be With You Through Transition Tune: God Be With You William G. Tomer (ELW 536) Lyrics Megan Rohrer 1. God be with you till we meet again You naming help redefine you Preferred gender prounouns always find you God be with you till we meet again Refrain: Till we meet, till we meet Your next stage of transition complete Till we meet, till we meet God be with you till we meet again 2. God be with you till we meet again Hormone treatments realign you Endrocrinologyist to guid

A Prayer for Trans Children

This prayer is an excerpt from my forthcoming Prayers from the Caribbean: Injury, Struggle and Liberation. God of Leah, Whom ancient Rabbis believed changed sex as a child, Be with all children who embody a truth beyond the flaps and folds that others see. Help young ones have the support they need to communicate their wisdom to their elders. Help their elders find ways to put love before their fears and doubts. May the world learn to care less about the private parts of othe



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Pastor, Writer Advocate, Speaker

The Rev. Dr. Megan Rohrer is the pastor of Grace Lutheran in San Francisco and was recently featured both in Cosmopolitan and in the 500th Anniversary Exhibit at Martin Luther's house in Wittenberg, Germany.

Susan Strouse


Pastor, Writer, Interfaith Leader

The Rev. Dr. Susan Strouse received a Doctor of Ministry degree from the Pacific School of Religion in Berkeley. Her area of study and interest is interfaith theology, particularly working with congregations and clergy to explore the meaning of being a Christian in our religiously diverse world. She is a member of the board of directors of the Interfaith Center at the Presidio and served as Interim Executive Director in 2011-2012.